R200 per person
Napier Vista is a free standing flat, in private garden, in the village of Napier. Fully equipped for self-catering, including two plate stove and oven, microwave, fridge and all utensils. Linen and towels are provided. Coffee, tea, sugar, milk and rusks supplied. Television. Stunning views of the town and surrounding wheat fields. Please note, the flat is next to a funeral parlour and cemetery. It is also near the local school and residential area.
Number of Units: One unit with two bedrooms.
Number of Guests: Up to five people sharing.
The main bedroom has a double bed.
The second bedroom has a three quarter bed.
There is a single bed in the living room.
Braai facilities in court yard.
The apartment is situated on the top storey, so visitors should be prepared to climb a flight of stairs.
No pets allowed. No smoking indoors.
Nestling at the foot of the Soetmuisberg and surrounded by rolling wheat and barley fields, lies the little town of Napier. Founded in 1838 and named after Sir George Napier, who was governor of the Cape at the time, this village of old world charm has tranquil appeal. In times gone by, Napier’s main craftsmen were blacksmiths tending to the many carts of the district. These days the village celebrates its past with an annual Horse and Cart Festival.
Things to do
- Rose (steam) boats
- Stained Glass Shop
- Horse riding
- Quad biking
- Fynbos trails
- de Mond Nature Reserve